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Dragon Sword Bedding Sets Indian Girl Printed 3PCS Duvet Cover S

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Product description

Size:Full 79 x 91 \19 x 29 in

3pcs Cover Set (Without Comforter)
Good idea for room style changing!
We can satisfy all your imagination of home!
Size:
Twin size:Duvet cover: 59x79 inches Pillow Sham: 19x29+2 inches
Queen size:Duvet cover:88x90 inches Pillow Shams: 19x29+2 inches
King size:Duvet cover: 102x90 inches Pillow shams: 19x29 +2 inches
Extra Long Twin:Duvet cover: 71x83 inches Pillow shams: 19x29 +2 inches
Full size:Duvet cover:79x71 inches Pillow shams: 19x29 +2 inches
California King size:Duvet cover: 106x92 inches Pillow shams: 19x29 +2 inches
PACKAGE INCLUDE: a Cover and two Pillow Sham
Notes:
1. 1-3inch error is available, due to manual measurement.
2. Due to different camera, light environment and display, the physical color will be a little different from pictures.

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Dragon Sword Bedding Sets Indian Girl Printed 3PCS Duvet Cover S

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